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St Monica's Easingwold

How do I organise transport to and from hospital?

If your reason for going to hospital is not an emergency, you'll normally be expected to make your own way there.  However, some people are eligible for non-emergency patient transport services (PTS).  In this area the service is provided by Yorkshire Ambulance Service.  To find out if you are eligible and to find out more, visit the Patient Transport Service website.

You may be able to claim a refund for the cost of your transport to hospital through the Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme (HTCS).  Visit Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme (HTCS) for more information on who is eligible, what the conditions are and how you can access the scheme.

For more information on all of the above visit the 'How do I organise transport to and from hospital?' page.


St Monica's is located on Long Street in Easingwold, North Yorkshire. Easingwold is approximately 14 miles north of York, and can be best accessed via the A19.

Visiting times

Click here for the latest information about visiting during Covid-19.


We also have a virtual visiting service.


 

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Contact details

Long Street
Easingwold
York
North Yorkshire
YO61 3JD


T: (01347) 821214 or (01904) 724825
F: (01347) 821046

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Coronavirus - useful information

The latest health information about Coronavirus can be found at www.gov.uk/coronavirus.

Information and updates about our services can be found on this website here.


Our emergency departments at Scarborough and York are really busy.  Please help us by thinking about using alternatives such as your GP, visiting a local pharmacy or contacting NHS 111 if you are unsure about whether you should be going to the Emergency Department.